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Based on BB Easton's novel 44 Chapters About 4 Men, Sex/Life is a raunchy new show about a woman's 'daring sexual past' colliding with her 'married-with-kids present'.
Billie Connelly (Sarah Shahi) has her life turned upside down when her 'bad-boy ex' Brad Simon (Adam Demos) shows up, and tries to win her back.
In one of the programme's many steamy scenes, we see Brad washing himself in the shower, his nude body fully on show.
The particularly x-rated sequence got many fans talking - and not just because of his oversized manhood.
Yep, while some viewers were distracted by all of that, others noticed another interesting detail - or lack thereof.
You see, during a throwback scene in episode four, we see Brad getting a tattoo of a bee above his crotch.
However, in the third episode, the bee is nowhere to be seen, despite being set in the present day.
Noticing the continuity fail, one person tweeted: "Wait anyone else realise how he doesn't have the bee tattoo in that shower scene #sexlifenetflix #sexlife."
Another viewer said: "Not that I watched it more than once or even paused it but anyone else wondering where the tattoo is during the shower scene? Even a gorgeous [aubergine emoji] can't stop me from thinking about consistency. #SexLife @netflix #NotaBodyDouble."
A third wrote: "Can we talk about how In S1 Ep3 of Sex/Life where we see Brad's schlong he doesn't have the Bee tattoo but in S1 Ep4 he has it when he shows Billie his elephant trunk via FaceTime and the Bee tattoo is there? #SexLife #Brad #Billie."
Another eagle-eyed viewer pointed out the 'continuity mistake' in the 'nude frontal of Brad', while one other pondered: "If Brad got a tattoo where was it in the shower scene? #sexlife @SexLifeOfficial."
Someone was also on hand to quip: "#SexLife @netflix Brads shower scene was so distracting even the editors missed the fact that they forgot the bee tattoo."
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, Adam Demos opened up about shocking people all over the world with the scene and insisted he didn't get someone else to stand in for him.
"I was okay with it because you read the script and know what you're getting yourself into from the start, so I don't think you would sign on to a show after reading the scripts and then say no last minute," he said.
"That doesn't mean you can't have discussions about comfort level, which they allowed us to have - and with the intimacy coordinator, so it felt a lot safer."
The series' creator Stacey Rukeyser also told Collider: "No. That's not a body double. I mean, people usually ask is it real or is it a prosthetic?"
"I can tell you what Adam Demos says about it which is, a gentleman never tells. So, we are leaving that up to the viewer's imagination."
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